Best Baby Snowsuits

by Marie

Baby, it's cold outside! Here's the Best Baby Snowsuits for your little one. Keep your baby snug, warm, dry and protected from the icy cold weather and snow in a thick snowsuit.

A snuggly snowsuit is the perfect choice to keep a baby warm, dry and happy in wet and cold weather during winter. Of course you can bundle a baby up in lots of layers to keep them warm but a Baby Snowsuit is specially designed not just to keep a child warm but also to keep them dry.

Babies and young children love to play out in snow but smiles can soon turn to tears when their clothes get wet and they start to feel the cold. You can give a child maximum protection from the damp, cold, wet and icy elements with a practical snowsuit.

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Baby Snowsuits

Carter's Baby Girls' Heavyweight Snowsuit, Pink Floral, 18 Months

Infant outerwear

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The Children's Place Baby-Boys Boy Snowsuit, Tidal, 6-9 Months

The children's place the perfect suit for snowy days - complete with mittens

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Wippette Baby Girls Infants Faux Down Dual Front Puffer Snowsuit Bunting Pram - Jade (9 Months)

This Wippette snowsuit will keep her cuddly and warm in the snow. Its ultra soft fleece lining combines with thick down alternative to withstand winter's extremes. Thick sherpa ...

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Snowsuit for a Young Baby

Newborn and young babies under 12 months might not actually be doing a whole lot of playing in the snow but if you're traveling out and about and baby is in a carrier or getting in and out of transport like a car, then don't let them get cold or wet when a snowsuit would keep them warm and cosy.

The Absorba Infant Boys Snowsuit is in a darling pale, ice blue and comes with attached cuff mittens to keep those little hands warm too. The hood attaches with a zip so you can keep it on and take it off when the weather picks up or if you prefer to use a separate baby hat. The snowsuit zips right up to the neck to keep out drafts and has feet to keep those tootsies from turning blue.

Very similar in style is the Absorba Classic Baby Snowsuit which comes in olive green. It's a puffy snowsuit which is also footed, comes with mittens which you can easily detach using the poppers and a hood with a faux fur trim that zips on and off.

I have a little girl, so my favorite is the 2 piece 'Jane Frosty' snowsuit set. It also comes in a cute candy pink with light blue lining as well as the funky lime and lilac shades as shown. A 2 piece snowsuit set is easier to get on and off a young baby - especially when it comes to diaper changing in a hurry! The best thing about this snowsuit is that it is completely reversible - you can flip the pants or jacket inside out for different color combinations.

Snowsuit for a Baby Girl

At 12 months and over, a baby girl will enjoy sitting, crawling, rolling or even walking in the snow. They need a snowsuit to keep them warm and dry but also one that's not so bulky that it will hinder their need to be on the move!

What's also great about a snowsuit is that because it's outerwear, it protects the baby's clothes from getting ruined by snow, mud and anything which could tear or snag the delicate fabrics.

Super sweet is the Pink Platinum Snowsuit Bibset which comes in a choice of 3 colors: lilac, pink and turquoise blue. It's a 2 piece snowbib and jacket set. The jacket has a pretty plaid pattern while the snowbib is in a solid matching color.

If you're looking for a 1 piece snowsuit for a baby 12 months and over, then the Mossi Pink Snowsuit is a good bet. It's water resistant and well insulated with a quilted polyester lining that protects the snowsuit. I love the fact that there are 2 front zippers which make it easier to get on and off. It comes with a cute bunny motif on the front.

The Pink Platinum Toddler 2 piece snowsuit comes in either pink or purple. It has solid color pants, a really cute plaid jacket lined with warm fleece and a little matching headwarmer. The knee area on the pants are reinforced with quilting to make that area more durable for toddler fun and frolics in the winter weather.

Snowsuit for a Baby Boy

It's not a myth, I'm sure: most baby boys I know are a lot more active than girls. They need a snowsuit which not only protects them from the wet and cold but also one which will survive their rough and tumble nature. Darker colours are a great idea too, because while you can machine wash most snowsuits, you don't want to be doing that all the time - especially if you only have the one.

The U.S. Polo Snowsuit looks so warm, snug and hard-wearing. It has a thick, lined hood, removable mittens and foldover booties. In 2 color choices: navy blue with canary yellow lining or black with red lining.

Next up is a Pacific Trail 2 piece baby snowsuit which is both water and wind resistant. The pant bottom ski bib is in royal blue and features adjustable shoulder straps which means you can get these to the exact size for your baby. The thick quilted jacket is in block colors of blue and lined with a special nordic fleece which really helps to keep the child warm and comfortable in the icy cold weather.

The Snow Go-Er Unisex Snowsuit is available to babies from just 6 months up to 24 months of age. It comes in 4 different and cute colorways: black and orange; gray, orange and blue; gray and red and lime green and blue. What's great about this 2 piece pant and jacket snowsuit set is that the pants come with a fleece top so you can just take off the jacket so your baby is kept warm but not too hot if you just pop into a mall or store. Then add the jacket back on before you go outside again.

Updated: 10/04/2017, Marie
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Jimmie on 12/20/2011

I agree with potpiegirl. Kids look so cute in snowsuits. I live in the South where this kind of clothing is totally unnecessary, but when I lived in China, we would see kids all bundled, looking like little fat roly polies. :-)

Marie on 12/19/2011

He he, yes, I know exactly what you mean because I've been there and done that with my own daughter. I definitely think the 2 piece snowsuits are a little more practical for a toddler or older child in terms of toileting. But they do look so adorable tottering around.

potpiegirl on 12/19/2011

Looking at these little snowsuits was like a trip down memory lane. I remember getting my kids all bundled up in these when they were little, getting them outside and one of two things would happen - 1) they'd tip over cause they could barely move or 2) tell me that they NOW had to use the restroom. Regardless, toddlers are SO cute and snugly in these snowsuits!

Marie on 12/19/2011

Ahh, I'd love to get some snow! I know it can cause havoc but I love it. So much fun and my daughter is hoping to build a snowman this year because last year we didn't quite get enough - was very disappointing!

Digby_Adams on 12/19/2011

These look so snugly and warm! We a few inches of snow on Sunday and more is expected. I'm sure the little toddlers will be dress like this and out playing today!

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